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Reading Magazine is your source for digital news in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Featuring the latest community news, sports, entertainment, local events, and more. Thanks for supporting an independent, locally owned publication!

Latest Episodes

Celebrating the Fabric of America From a Woman's Perspective

The Miller Gallery at Alvernia University unveiled its latest exhibit "Celebrating the Fabric of America From a Woman's Perspective" featuring the work of local artist Michele Byrne Art.

1 MINFEB 9
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Celebrating the Fabric of America From a Woman's Perspective

Reading Regional Airport Provides Tips on Drone Safety

Did you get a drone for the holidays? The Reading Regional Airport wants to make sure you fly safe. Article: https://rdgmag.com/gfa8n

1 MINFEB 9
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Reading Regional Airport Provides Tips on Drone Safety

Jess Royer Touring Berks with "Coffee with a Candidate" Events

Candidate for Berks County Commissioner, Jess Royer, is touring the area with a series he's calling “Coffee with the candidate”. We caught up with Royer on Sunday at the new Gourmand Cafe in West Reading to learn more about his campaign. Article: https://rdgmag.com/jrp2c

3 MINFEB 9
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Jess Royer Touring Berks with "Coffee with a Candidate" Events

Reading High Athlete Selected forMLB Women'sGrit Baseball Tournament

Aneyshka Aponte, a female baseball and softball player for the Berkshire Baseball & Softball Club, which is a subsidiary of the BIG Vision Foundation has been selected by Major League Baseball to participate in the 2019 MLB and USA Baseball High School Girls Baseball Invitational. The event will be held at Globe Life Park and the Texas Rangers Youth Academy in Dallas, Texas.

4 MINFEB 9
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Reading High Athlete Selected forMLB Women'sGrit Baseball Tournament

M. Night Shyamalan's Glass Features Local Actor

What was it like behind the scenes of M. Night Shyamalan's latest film Glass? We got the scoop from local actor Bill Pugh. Article: https://rdgmag.com/gla3s

19 MINFEB 5
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M. Night Shyamalan's Glass Features Local Actor

16 People You Should Watch in 2019

Recently completing her annual "Who To Watch" list, local Blogger and host of The Wonder Of Ivy Podcast, Lisa De La Cruz highlgihts 16 of Reading's most interesting people.

14 MINFEB 5
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16 People You Should Watch in 2019

New GoggleWorks Exhibits and Virtual Reality

January's Spotlight Night at the Goggleworks Center for the Arts featured three new exhibits by NAPOLEON, Damien Davis, and the Virtual Reality lab. Video: https://rdgmag.com/gwv9r

2 MINFEB 5
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New GoggleWorks Exhibits and Virtual Reality

Little Free Library's Pop Up in Reading's 18th Ward

New Little Free Library's have been installed in Reading's 18th Ward thanks to the 18th Wonder Improvement Association.

3 MINFEB 5
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Little Free Library's Pop Up in Reading's 18th Ward

A Christmas Wish to Meet NBC News Anchor Lester Holt

We receive a lot of messages on the Reading Magazine Facebook page, but there was one in particular recently we couldn’t pass up sharing. It was a message from a local hard working mother, Liz Epps about her son’s Christmas Wish. The Message: “Today we worked on our Christmas list to Santa. His number 1 thing is to meet Lester Holt from the NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt. We watch religiously and he is excited to see Lester on tv daily. His interest is genuine and based off of trying to find someone who looks like him to relate and look up to.

3 MINFEB 5
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A Christmas Wish to Meet NBC News Anchor Lester Holt

Reading's Ugly Christmas Tree Inspires Uplifting Message

Do your remember Reading’s Charlie Brown Christmas Tree? It made national headlines in 2014, drawing lots of criticism locally and online. Going back and forth, it was eventually re-decorated and given a second chance to be Reading’s Christmas Tree. Like many, Denise Schleicher remembers the tree and the controversy that surrounded it. As an educator, Schleicher was looking for the message, what was the real story. That’s when she had the idea to write a book about the tree, but from the tree’s perspective, getting its feeling hurt....

11 MINFEB 5
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Reading's Ugly Christmas Tree Inspires Uplifting Message

Latest Episodes

Celebrating the Fabric of America From a Woman's Perspective

The Miller Gallery at Alvernia University unveiled its latest exhibit "Celebrating the Fabric of America From a Woman's Perspective" featuring the work of local artist Michele Byrne Art.

1 MINFEB 9
Comments
Celebrating the Fabric of America From a Woman's Perspective

Reading Regional Airport Provides Tips on Drone Safety

Did you get a drone for the holidays? The Reading Regional Airport wants to make sure you fly safe. Article: https://rdgmag.com/gfa8n

1 MINFEB 9
Comments
Reading Regional Airport Provides Tips on Drone Safety

Jess Royer Touring Berks with "Coffee with a Candidate" Events

Candidate for Berks County Commissioner, Jess Royer, is touring the area with a series he's calling “Coffee with the candidate”. We caught up with Royer on Sunday at the new Gourmand Cafe in West Reading to learn more about his campaign. Article: https://rdgmag.com/jrp2c

3 MINFEB 9
Comments
Jess Royer Touring Berks with "Coffee with a Candidate" Events

Reading High Athlete Selected forMLB Women'sGrit Baseball Tournament

Aneyshka Aponte, a female baseball and softball player for the Berkshire Baseball & Softball Club, which is a subsidiary of the BIG Vision Foundation has been selected by Major League Baseball to participate in the 2019 MLB and USA Baseball High School Girls Baseball Invitational. The event will be held at Globe Life Park and the Texas Rangers Youth Academy in Dallas, Texas.

4 MINFEB 9
Comments
Reading High Athlete Selected forMLB Women'sGrit Baseball Tournament

M. Night Shyamalan's Glass Features Local Actor

What was it like behind the scenes of M. Night Shyamalan's latest film Glass? We got the scoop from local actor Bill Pugh. Article: https://rdgmag.com/gla3s

19 MINFEB 5
Comments
M. Night Shyamalan's Glass Features Local Actor

16 People You Should Watch in 2019

Recently completing her annual "Who To Watch" list, local Blogger and host of The Wonder Of Ivy Podcast, Lisa De La Cruz highlgihts 16 of Reading's most interesting people.

14 MINFEB 5
Comments
16 People You Should Watch in 2019

New GoggleWorks Exhibits and Virtual Reality

January's Spotlight Night at the Goggleworks Center for the Arts featured three new exhibits by NAPOLEON, Damien Davis, and the Virtual Reality lab. Video: https://rdgmag.com/gwv9r

2 MINFEB 5
Comments
New GoggleWorks Exhibits and Virtual Reality

Little Free Library's Pop Up in Reading's 18th Ward

New Little Free Library's have been installed in Reading's 18th Ward thanks to the 18th Wonder Improvement Association.

3 MINFEB 5
Comments
Little Free Library's Pop Up in Reading's 18th Ward

A Christmas Wish to Meet NBC News Anchor Lester Holt

We receive a lot of messages on the Reading Magazine Facebook page, but there was one in particular recently we couldn’t pass up sharing. It was a message from a local hard working mother, Liz Epps about her son’s Christmas Wish. The Message: “Today we worked on our Christmas list to Santa. His number 1 thing is to meet Lester Holt from the NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt. We watch religiously and he is excited to see Lester on tv daily. His interest is genuine and based off of trying to find someone who looks like him to relate and look up to.

3 MINFEB 5
Comments
A Christmas Wish to Meet NBC News Anchor Lester Holt

Reading's Ugly Christmas Tree Inspires Uplifting Message

Do your remember Reading’s Charlie Brown Christmas Tree? It made national headlines in 2014, drawing lots of criticism locally and online. Going back and forth, it was eventually re-decorated and given a second chance to be Reading’s Christmas Tree. Like many, Denise Schleicher remembers the tree and the controversy that surrounded it. As an educator, Schleicher was looking for the message, what was the real story. That’s when she had the idea to write a book about the tree, but from the tree’s perspective, getting its feeling hurt....

11 MINFEB 5
Comments
Reading's Ugly Christmas Tree Inspires Uplifting Message